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If you have used a version of Weblogic Server earlier than 6.0, you can convert your
weblogic.properties files into a configuration file (
config.xml) for a WebLogic Server 8.x domain. The resources defined in a single XML configuration file comprise a single domain.
weblogic.propertiesfiles you convert must reside under this root, and these files must be located on the same machine that this server is running on.
weblogic.propertiesfiles until you have created the domains needed for your application.
If the SSL security files specified in the weblogic.properties are not in the old server specific directory then they will not be set in the config.xml and will have to be copied into the
<NewDomain>/<ServerName>(Server Specific Directory), and be set in the config.xml.
<NewDomain>/applications/DefaultWebApp_myserver/WEB-INFdirectory and will be made as the default webapp, unless there is already a default web app declared in the properties file.
<NewDomain>/<Server_Name>/WEB-INF, if there is already a default web app declared.
All the Servlet Classes registered individually as
weblogic.httpd.register in the old
weblogic.properties except for the weblogic internal servlets have to be copied under the new weblogic(7.x) server tree structure as specified in the web.xml
The servlet class
HelloWorldServlet.class should be copied into the corresponding
WEB-INF/classes/weblogic/hello directory. The current directory signifies the directory from which the Weblogic Server(7.x) will be started with the new configuration.
weblogic.httpd.webApp.<webAppName> pointing to a relative directory then those JAR and WAR files have to be copied under the new Weblogic(7.x) server tree structure.